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Jamie Clarke's dummy and finish is bound to be one of the goals of the championship

Clarke’s Armagh came from behind to beat Tipperary in Semple Stadium this evening.

Jamie Clarke celebrates scoring a goal Source: Tommy Dickson/INPHO

ARMAGH WILL TAKE their place in draw for Round 4 of the qualifiers on Monday morning after a cool head and classy finish from Jamie Clarke sealed victory against Tipperary.

Armagh led by a point when Clarke popped up with the decisive goal in the final minute in Semple Stadium.

With Tipp outnumbered and retreating, Gavin McParland popped the ball into Clarke’s path and left him one-on-one with keeper Ciarán Kenrick.

The Crossmaglen star shaped to shoot but as he dropped the ball, dummied a helpless Kenrick, nudged the ball back across his body with his left foot, and rolled into the net with his right.

Skip to 1:35 below for Clarke’s goal (footage via eir Sport):

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